Beyonce won her 28th Grammy last night (March 14th), making her the most awarded woman in the history of the awards. According to Variety, the win places her ahead of former record-holder Alison Krauss.  Classical conductor Sir George Solti still holds the all-time record with 31 Grammys.

Meanwhile, her daughter Blue Ivy won her first Grammy last night for her part in "Brown Skin Girl." At nine-years-old, Blue is now the second youngest winner in Grammy history.


Meanwhile, Megan Thee Stallion also made history last night after winning Best New Artist. She is the first female rapper to win the award since Lauryn Hill in 1999.  

Rapper Nas won his first Grammy yesterday. He won Best Rap Album for his latest album King's Disease.

Singer Ledisi also won her first Grammy last night for best traditional R&B performance for "Anything for You."

Kanye West also made history, winning his 22nd Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Album for Jesus Is King. Kanye is now has the most Grammy wins for a hip-hop artist.